The Second Race of the SRAM WC XCO Series, takes place at Rhebokskloof in the Agter Paarl Area on the 16th of March 2019.
Entries will open on Wednesday 27 February and will close on Monday 11 March
Late Entries: These are possible at race registration on the Friday before the event, however there will be an additional late entry fee of R50.
Entry Fee: This year, we are doing away with the Series Membership Fee, but the cost of each race entry will be higher. We are still planning on free goodie bags for those who enter the 2nd event of the series.
The race entry fee is R 220 for Nippers and Sprogs and R 340 for all other age groups.
Cycling South Africa Membership and Licence Requirements: To register and race (and to qualify for regional or provincial colours), South African riders must hold a valid Cycling South Africa Membership or Cycling South Africa Full Racing Licence at the time of entry.
Juniors and Elites need to have Cycling South Africa Full Racing Licences and all other categories may have Cycling South Africa Memberships. For more information about Cycling South Africa, Click here
Please ensure that you have paid your Cycling South Africa fee. Kindly bring your printed Membership/Licence Card to registration.
Foreign nationals and others with valid reasons for not having Cycling South Africa Membership/ Licences may purchase a day licence at registration or via the entry process in order to race.
Online Entries are Closed – Late Entries at the Venue on Friday Afternoon 14:00 to 16:00
Race categories, Entry fees and Race times
Race categories are based on your 2019 Birthday Age and not on your current age. For example, if you are now 10, but turning 11 on 20 December 2019, you are considered to be 11 for the whole of 2019 and will race 2019 as a Sprog.
Course and distances
Official and Compulsory Practice: There will be an official practice on Saturday 16 March 2019, from 6:30 to 7:30. It is compulsory for Nippers and Sprogs to practice the course. This is for their safety – to give parents and riders the opportunity to identify which obstacles riders are not competent to ride and to ensure that they do not get lost en route !
If you wish to ride at Rhebokskloof on any day before the 16th of March, it will not be part of this event and you need to purchase an entry ticket from Rhebokskloof and will be governed by their terms and conditions. Rhebokskloof have kindly agreed to allow free access on Friday afternoon 14:00 to 18:00 for bikes with event boards.
As shown on the route map.
Rhebokskloof Wine Estate is situated in the historic Paarl Valley and is known for its top quality wines, the Rhebok Restaurant, MTB trails, Cape Dutch & Victorian Architecture, function venues and landscaped gardens for picnicking and outdoor theatre.
Please visit www.rhebokskloof.co.za for further information or contact :
- Telephone: 021 869 8386
- Restaurant: [email protected]
- Weddings, Functions and Events: [email protected];
- Wine: [email protected]
- General Enquiries: [email protected]
Restaurant, Wine Tasting & Picnic Baskets
Please make use of these services on the day.
Mountain Biking at Rhebokskloof
Rhebokskloof Wine Estate has an extensive network of MTB tracks. For cycling on any day other than race day, please consult the Rhebokskloof website and please respect that this is a working Wine Estate and Farm. They have gone out of their way to allow us to host this event at this amazing venue.
This event is made possible by: